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Poster: dvoid Date: Jun 11, 2005 7:53pm
Forum: feature_films Subject: Re: Archive Widget For MacOSX Panther users

Hi,
I've try to use the widget, but it doesn't work. The image attached will show you what happens.

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Poster: Scott Saunders Date: Jun 11, 2005 9:43pm
Forum: feature_films Subject: Re: Archive Widget For MacOSX Panther users

Weird. I have no idea why it doesent work. Could be a firewall issue, or if the archives servers are down, but that's pretty unlikely. QuickTime iw working, the interface is a QuickTime movie if it didn't you would just see a plain background with a broken QT or plugin icon. Or if you are on a slow connection it might not work. All the movies stream at 256K. You might want to check your QT settings and make sure you have it at the proper settings. I tried it on bunch of machines even my old G4 cube and worked.

Let me know if have anymore problems,
Scott

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Poster: pjpaul Date: Jun 21, 2005 12:03pm
Forum: feature_films Subject: Re: Archive Widget For MacOSX Panther users (should read Tiger)

Dear Scott,
Thanks for making one of the best (if not THE best) widgets around. I may have stumbled onto a problem that is affecting many users. In /Library/Internet Plug-Ins there may be 2 files "QuickTime Plugin.plugin" and "QuickTime Plugin.webplugin". Safari uses the first plugin to display certain QT movies in it's browser (i.e. those from iFilms, Playboy's Cyber Club, etc.) but if the second plugin is present only the QuickTime logo appears. Your widget makes use of the second plugin.